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Operations Officer

Overview Title: Operations Officer, Scottish Storytelling Centre Salary: £24,016-£25,977 per annum (salary is subject to a pay and grading review) Location: Edinburgh Hours: 35 hours Closing date: Tuesday 1 February, 12:00pm Reference number: 02/22 You will play a pivotal role within the Scottish Storytelling Centre team by coordinating the day-to-day operation of the Centre including front of house, catering liaisons, John … Continued

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Box Office Supervisor

Overview Title: Box Office Supervisor, Scottish Storytelling Centre Salary: £24,016 – £25,977 per annum (salary is subject to a pay and grading review) Location: Edinburgh Hours: 35 hours Closing date: Tuesday 1 February, 12:00pm Reference number: 03/22 You will play a pivotal role within the Scottish Storytelling Centre team by overseeing and supervising the box office within the Centre, leading a … Continued

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We’re Celebrating Book Week Scotland with a Book Sale!

It’s Book Week Scotland! From the 15 – 21 November we’re joining the annual celebration of stories, books and reading, by hosting a book sale in our independent bookshop at the Scottish Storytelling Centre. Our offer? Buy any 2 books or more and get 10% off (excluding already discounted items), as well as 20% off … Continued

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SISF Art Challenge: Making Statues

After last year’s first-time success, the SISF Instagram art challenge returns due to popular demand! Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. (Michelangelo) For this year’s SISF 6-day Instagram art challenge we are asking you to pick your personal heroes and to … Continued

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Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2021 Festival is revealed!

The programme for the 2021 Scottish International Storytelling Festival was revealed today as the festival theme ‘Imagine’ promises an eclectic mix of online events spanning across the globe and small-scale face-to-face events. Over 100 performers will take part in the festival and countries represented include USA, Colombia, Canada, Italy, Spain, England, Kenya, Northern Ireland, Holland, … Continued

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It’s a wrap! The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021

And just like that, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021 is over! We couldn’t have asked for a better return to live performance – it’s been such a delight to safely welcome audiences back into the Scottish Storytelling Centre this August, and the feedback we’ve had from performers and ticket buyers has been truly heartwarming. A … Continued

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Safely Returning to the Scottish Storytelling Centre

We are open again! We’ve loved having audiences back in the Scottish Storytelling Centre for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year. There has been such a buzz in the venue, and it’s warmed our hearts to see people in the Netherbow Theatre and performers being able to do what they do best again. Did you … Continued

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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Scottish Storytelling Centre 2021 Is Live!

After 18 months without live events, the Scottish Storytelling Centre is delighted to invite audiences back into the venue this August for the 2021 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, with a programme of live and online shows that covers music, storytelling, spoken word, theatre and visual art. Eight live shows will be presented in the Netherbow Theatre, … Continued

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Book Launch – Folk Tales From The Garden By Donald Smith With Illustrations By Annalisa Salis

Folk Tales from the Garden connects us to the natural world through the tales, traditions, lore, plants and wildlife of gardens, ranging from back greens to country parks. It follows the seasons, providing observations, poems and stories for each of the twelve months of the gardening year. In Folk Tales from the Garden, you can … Continued

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Freelance Marketing Role

SCOTTISH STORYTELLING CENTRE & SCOTTISH INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING FESTIVAL Help deliver this year’s Fringe programme at SSC and support our Fringe participants, and venue team, through social media and web presence, working with the Programme and Festivals Manger. Then follow-on to assist the Marketing and Communications Manager and the venue team deliver this year’s hybrid Scottish … Continued

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